Lincolnshire Wolds
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in UK

Salmonby in the Lincolnshire Wolds

Salmonby village has a public house, the Cross Keys Inn and Restaurant and fishing lakes. Nearby there is a sandstone cliff wall on which are carvings.

The Anglican parish church is dedicated to Saint Margaret. St. Margaret's Church which seated a hundred people, was restored and partially rebuilt in 1871.St. Margaret's Church was declared redundant in 1973 and in 1975 the church was demolished. St. Margaret's Churchyard still exists.

Salmonby was a source of blue phosphate of iron and a great deal of iron oxide ore. Salmonby has a chalybeate spring, whose waters eventually join the Steeping River near Spilsby.

Salmonby SculturesCross Keys Inn and Restauran

Tetford and Salmonby Scarecrow Festival

Villagers build scarecrows following various themes. Tetford and Salmonby people display the scarecrows outside their houses. A Scarecrow Trail covers. the display of the scarecrows, Tetford and Salmonby Scarecrow Festival raises funds for Tetford church and local charities.